February 2018 Archives

What constitutes adverse action in retaliation claims?

One fundamental tenant of this country's anti-discrimination laws is that an employee, whether in Rhode Island or elsewhere, has to feel free to report cases of discrimination when they see them. If they are afraid that doing so will cost them their jobs, then it is unlikely that discrimination will ever actually get reported or acted upon.

Why it's important to talk to an attorney after an FMLA dispute

Previous posts on this blog have explained how many employers in Rhode Island have to provide an unpaid leave for employees who are dealing with their own health condition or that of certain family members. This is pursuant to the Family Medical Leave Act, or FMLA, and it also applies to other situations.

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